John Keats was born on \(31\) October \(1795\). He was a famous English poet who belonged to the Romantic Age of English literary history. He was one of the significant figures of the second era of romantic poets, along with Lord Byron and Shelley.
Keats published his works at the tender age of \(21\). His works were in publication only for four years when he lived - he died at the young age of \(25\), on \(23\)rd February \(1821\), due to tuberculosis. During his lifetime, his works received criticism; however, his works were later appreciated by the end of the \(19th\) century. Keats used passionate emotions and the poetic device "imagery" extensively in his poetry.
His famous works include "Ode to a Nightingale", "Sleep and Poetry", and the famous sonnet "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer", and "Endymion".